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A Quick Run to New Fu Run in Great Neck

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Mini Mee was hankering for some Soup Dumplings, so he and I made a quick run to New Fu Run in Great Neck this evening.  Though you won’t yet find them on their menu, don’t let that stop you.  For you know, if you follow The Chinese Quest, that you’re always going to get unbiased Chinese restaurant reviews AND the inside scoop.    This marks the second time that I have been there.  The first with the my mispucha, since we were in the ‘hood and had to check it out.  A formal review will be made at a later date.

Though we have reviewed their sister restaurant, Fu Run in Flushing.  One noticeable difference is the elegance of New Fu Run.  This is the kind of experience Gold Coasters come to expect.  Now they just have to get used to authentic Chinese food.  Though they have made some concessions on their menu by adding a few Americanized Chinese dishes, you must try some of their other offerings from their very extensive menu.

For now, you will have to “settle” for this appetizer, or teaser, of an article until our official review.

Selling the Sizzle

Beef on Sizzling Platter

(turn up the volume!)

This dish was as delicious as it sounds and looks.  Kind of like a Beef Fajita.  Only Chinese.  And better!!

Soup Dumplings – Always a Mini Mee favorite!  And he wasn’t disappointed with these!  He made them disappear before dear old Dad could have a second one!

Fried Rice with Chicken – Dad approved.  Mini Mee endorsed!!  The portion size was so big, that it would have been good for a table of five!  We had lots left to take home.  And as I am typing, Mini Mee is devouring the last of it!

Sauteed Squid Leg – This was from our prior visit.  Something we had never tried before – and I’m sure when you run to New Fu Run, you’ll find a lot of Chinese dishes that you never tried before.  Try ’em!  And let us know what you think of New Fu Run in the comments section below!


I hope that we have whetted your appetite for more of New Fu Run.

Humbly submitted for your consumption,

Mee Magnum (“Chop!  Chop!”)

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One comment

  1. So many new great authentic Chinese restaurants all over Long Island that I don’t think our Quest will ever end!

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